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CNBC
Nov 28, 2009 4:00am EST
in the united states. and the nearly $100 billion global porn business. in fact, it's a business so big that every second $3,075 is being spent on it, more than 28,000 internet users are viewing it, 372 internet users are typing adult terms into search engines to find it, and every 39 minutes, a new video, including this one, is being produced in the united states. pornography sells what millions of people want and want often. steven hirsch is cofounder and co-chairman of vivid entertainment, one of the biggest players in adult entertainment. >> as our first movie was 25 years ago, it's really the same formula. beautiful girls who work exclusively for the company, movies that cater to couples and hot sex. those things haven't changed. >> what is changing is the business of porn. its profits are under assault, official industry statistics are tightly guarded, but by some estimates, dvd sales are down between 30% and 50% in the last year, pounded by a weak economy, piracy, and free or cheap porn on the internet. industry execs say this is the toughest time ever in the history of pornograp
CNBC
Nov 20, 2009 11:00pm EST
in particular to countries outside of the united states and if you think that's a way to play either the pickup in china or more importantly, the economic recovery that may or may not be happening in the united states. >> listen and listen good, the only autdo company i am recommending is ford. why? because alan mahaly is a hero of mine. "fortunate" magazine called steve jobs the best ceo, the xrae ceo of 2009 is alan mahaly. eric in new jersey, eric? >> caller: boo-yah from your neighbor in jersey. in middlesex county. >> ever heard of the great white that was on shark week recently? never mind, go ahead. >> caller: i bought a bunch of oshkosh shares for $9. >> you got horse sense. i didn't recommend it. what are we going to do now, it's at $37. >> caller: i know. they got a big contract for $5.7 million, what should i do? >> you, my friend are being a pig and i know that bulls make money, bears make money, but pigs get slaughtered. here's what you're going to do. monday morning, take your cost out. you're not going to give me a contract. come on. you're from jersey. i thought you knew somethi
CNBC
Nov 21, 2009 4:00am EST
, the pick up in china or the economic recovery that may or may not be happening in the united states. >> listen and listen good, the only auto company i am recommending is ford. "fortune" magazine called steve jobs the best ceo, the other is ford motor. eric in new jersey. eric. >> caller: boo-yah from your neighbor in jersey. in middlesex county. >> remember the great white, on shark week recently? it's a great story. >> caller: i bought a bunch of oshkosh shares for $9. >> you got horse sense. i didn't recommend it. it's at $37. >> i know. they got a big contract for $5.7 million, what should i do? >> you, my friend, are being a pig and i know that bulls make money, bears make money, but pigs get slaughtered. monday morning, take your cost out. you're not going to give me a contract. come on. you're from jersey. take your money out on monday. if you want to speculate on recovery in the auto industry, consider seating. i think you should consider lear. lea. i think you should stay with cramer. >>> it is time -- it is time for the "lightning round" on cramer's "mad money." what's tha
CNBC
Nov 19, 2009 11:00pm EST
in speech therapy to 1,068 skilled nursing and health care facilities across the united states. these guys are big. it also manages 156 hospitals, inpatient rehab facilities, medical therapies, and it owns and runs long-term acute care hospitals. that's a business that is so good, and it just expanded with this leently announced health care with triumph health care. long-term acute care hospitals are a much, much better business. certainly better than a plain old hospital. long-term acute care takes care of very sick people meaning -- unfortunately, but it's true, expensive procedures that tend to be very lucrative. plus, there is very little risk that the government is going to stop paying for care for people with respiratory trauma or neuro disorders. three years ago, congress put a moratorium on building new long-term acute care hospitals. in exchange, they wouldn't cut medicare reimbursement rates for the industry. so there's really not a lot of competition. while reimbursement rates should rise 2% in 2010, triumph rehab care will be the second most popular business. this rehabcare's h
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